Doctor shares strong, unexpected bond with NICU nurse who cared for him decades ago

Nurse Vilma Wong and Dr. Brandon Seminatore both work in the neonatal intensive care unit at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. But they first met there years before, under very different circumstances. Mireya Villarreal has the story about their unexpected bond.

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‘No Sudden Move’ cast discuss ‘unexpected twists’ of film

Oscar winning director Steven Soderbergh brings together an all-star cast for crime drama "No Sudden Move" in which a bunch of criminals are called on to carry out a heist that goes wrong.

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New jobless claims down slightly after unexpected rise

The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits fell last week, after unexpectedly spiking just one week before. According to the U.S. Labor Department, 411,000 Americans filed new jobless claims the week ending June 19th, a decline of about 7,000. Greg McBride, chief financial analyst at Bankrate, joins CBSN to discuss the latest numbers.

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‘Black Widow’: Johansson teases ‘unexpected’ plot

Scarlett Johansson’s superhero "Black Widow" finally steps up for her first lead role. She stars opposite British actor Florence Pugh in the Marvel movie, which Johansson hopes will surprise fans. (June 24)

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Airlines Scramble With Unexpected Rush Of Passengers

More than 2 million passengers traveled on Sunday, the most since the pandemic began. American Airlines was forced to cancel 400 flights over the weekend and hundreds more on Monday, affecting thousands of passengers.
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France tries to kickstart post-pandemic tourism, with unexpected results | DW News

France is reopening to foreign tourists after the pandemic devastated business. The capital Paris is enticing visitors with bargains and unusually empty museums. But as DW’s Lisa Louis found out, the city has some tough competition.
Paris loves its tourists. That’s the message young, multilingual ambassadors are trying to spread.
Up to 500 of them will be deployed this year in an effort to kickstart tourism again, after visitor numbers plummeted by two thirds last year.
But the tourists who normally represent a large share of the city’s visitors – people from Asia and the US – might be a bit longer in coming.
Many hotels are trying to lure in the locals with special deals, with some luxury establishments offering discounts of up to 70 percent. But no offer will convince those already desperate to get out of the city. Reservations in the French countryside have skyrocketed.
And yet, some might argue this is exactly the right time to visit Paris or other cities.
At the Louvre, the world’s biggest museum, foreigners make up three quarters of visitors. But due to Covid-19 restrictions, many of these visitors from abroad are not showing up. That’s why you can now even get tickets at short notice – and visit world famous works of art almost by yourself.
What’s true for the Louvre is true for other sights in the French capital. You no longer have to queue for hours. And that might be the most appealing tourist attraction of all.


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Too Short Gives An Unexpected Rating To His Own Bars & Rates E-40, 2Pac & More | Rate The Bars

What does Too Short think of his own bars from ‘Blow The Whistle’? Watch his episode of Rate The Bars to see his unexpected rating for his own bars, plus his rating for bars from E-40, 2Pac, and more Bay Area rappers! #RateTheBars #TooShort


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Steve Nash says the Nets are starting to ‘embrace the unexpected’ – Malika Andrews | The Jump

Steve Nash says the Nets are starting to ‘embrace the unexpected’ - Malika Andrews | The Jump

Steve Nash says the Nets are starting to ‘embrace the unexpected’ – Malika Andrews | The Jump
Malika Andrews and Jorge Sedano join Rachel Nichols on The Jump to discuss how Brooklyn Nets head coach Steve Nash is managing the Nets’ revolving lineup this season
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0:00 How has Nash managed the Nets’ ever-changing lineup?
0:30 Steve Nash is embracing the Nets’ revolving lineup – Malika Andrews
1:40 The Nets’ season hasn’t felt as chaotic because Nash is handling the lineup so well – Jorge Sedano

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